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THE SALINA JOURNAL SPORTS FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1997 C3 AREA TRACK AND FIELD HONOR ROLL Boys 100-METER DASH Green, Salina Central (5A) 10.49 Newman, Salina Central (5A) 10.56 Spies, Trego (3A) 10.72 Esslinger, Concordia (4A) 10.87 Moom, Hays (5A) 10.91 Wright, Triplalns (1 A) 10.98 Haworth, Hays (5A) 11.00 Brown, Salina Central (5A) 11.02 Wilson, Oakley (3A) 11.02 Dickson, Southeast of Saline (3A)11.04 200-METER DASH Newman, Salina Central (5A) 21.70 Green, Salina Central (5A) 22.30 Moore, Hays (5A) 22.34 Esslinger, Concordia (4A) 22.40 Wright, Triplains (1A) 22.58 Felver, Goodland (4A) 22.59 Burk, Goodland (4A) 22.63 Nevins, Concordia (4A) 22.80 McPheeters, Colby (4A) 22.84 Haworth, Hays (5A) 22.90 Grace, Beloit (4A) 22 90 400-METER DASH Larson, Salina Central (5A) 50.02 Wright, Triplains (1A) 50.73 Grace, Beloit (4A) 51.11 Felver, Goodland (4A) 51.69 Schaffer, TMP-Marian (4A) 51.87 Schwab, Salina Central (5A) 52.10 Broeckelman, Oakley (3A) 52.13 Brown, St. John's-Beloit (1A) 52.13 Depperschmidt, Smith Center (3AJ52.25 McReynolds, Stockton (2A) 52.26 800-METER RUN Bishop, Smoky Valley (4A) 1:58.54 Kemper, Logan (1A) 2:00.31 Scheelz, Colby (4A) 2:01.26 Egan, Salina Central (5A) 2:02.40 Rush, Brewster (1A) 2:03.84 Fpltz, Abilene (4A) 2:04.10 Ca.Smith, Ellsworth (4A) 2:04.30 Augustine, Hays (5A) 2:04.34 ''Schultz, St. Francis (2A) 2:04.90 Young, Salina Central (5A) 2:05.09 1,600-METER RUN Bishop, Smoky Valley (4A) 4:29.35 Blochlinger, Minneapolis (3A) ....4:30.12 Foltz, Abilene (4A) 4:38.00 Wahlgren, Salina South (5A) 4:41.20 Deeds, Hays (5A) 4:41.52 Moos, Salina Central (5A) 4:44.81 Douglas, Abilene (4A) 4:45.20 Young, Salina Central (5A) 4:45.22 Pingel, Beloil (4A) 4:45.32 Hodgins, Concordia (4A) 4:47.28 3,200-METER RUN Blochlinger, Minneapolis (3A).. 10:09.74 Orozco, Ellsworth (4A) 10:13.30 Weber, Hoxle (3A) 10:23.05 Craig, Southeast of Salins (3A)10:26.35 Porter, Quinter (2A) 10:26.86 Engelbert, Beloit (4A) 10:26.89 Bossert, Colby (4A) 10:27.65 Ringer, Concordia (4A) 10:30.43 Lawson, Hillcrest(IA) 10:31.54 Tedford, Goodland (4A) 10:33.22 110-METER HURDLES Penn, McPherson (5A) 14.67 Braun, Russell (4A) 14.87 Stmad, Belleville (3A) 15.02 Cullens, Sharon Springs (1 A) 15.03 Carlson, Atwood (2A) 15.08 Getting, Tescott (1 A) 15.16 Claycamp, Hillcrest (1A) 15.22 Linger, Oberlin (3A) 15.22 Lewis, Concordia (4A) 15.68 Carter, Oakley (3A) 15.70 300-METER HURDLES Riley, Hill City (2A) 40.24 Cox, Norton (3A) 40.60 Carlson, Alwood (2A) 40.88 Cullens, Sharon Springs (1 A) 41.16 Braun, Russell (4A) 41.28 Lohr, Goodland (4A) 41.35 Stites, McPherson (5A) 41.46 Paul, Chapman (4A) 41.50 Lewis, Concordia (4A) 41.63 Kahle, Oakley (3A) 41.66 400-METER RELAY Salina Central (5A) 42.66 Concordia (4A) 43.69 Hays(5A) 44.10 Salina South (5A) 44.11 Goodland (4A) 44.15 Trego (3A) 44.16 Beloit (4A) 44.59 Clay Center (4A) 44.60 Colby (4A) 44.61 Norton (3A) 44.75 1,600-METER RELAY Salina Central (5A) 3:24.10 Salina South (5A) 3:28.79 Hays(5A) 3:28.80 Thomas More Prep-Marian (4A) 3:30.08 Hill City (2A) 3:33.37 Colby(4A) 3:33.72 Oakley (3A) 3:34.60 St. Francis (2A) 3:34.91 Smoky Valley (4A) 3:35.97 Goodland (4A) 3:36.56 3,200-METER RELAY Salina Central (5A) 8:08.00 Thomas More Prep-Marian (4A)8:11.30 Colby (4A) 8:37.32 Beloit (4A) 8:42.33 St. Francis (2A) 8:44.03 Chapman (4A) 8:45.20 Hays(5A) 8:48.65 Smith Center (3A) 8:50.42 Ellis (2A) 8:50.79 Brewster (1A) 8:52.41 DISCUS Thompson, Beloit (4A) 176-5 Hake, St. John's-Beloft (1A) 168-0 Jones, Logan (1A) 166-5 Seytert, Beloit (4A) 159-11 R.Philpot, Norton (3A) 151-10 Vopat, Russell (4A) 151-5 Condray, Minneapolis (3A) 144-2 Taylor, Colby (4A) 143-2 Fell, Lucas-Luray (2A) 142-7 N.Philpot, Norton (3A) 142-0 HIGH JUMP Wurtz, Clifton-Clyde (2A) 6-5 Kanllz, McPherson (5A) 6-5 Dolton, Lucas-Luray (1A) 6-5 Anderson, Plalnvllle (2A) 6-4 Faylor, St. Francis (2A) 6-4 Hale, McPherson (5A) 6-4 Lange, Beloit (4A) 6-4 Mauck, Hoxla (3A) 6-4 Zoltl, Herlngton (3A) 6-4 Sears, Colby (4A) 6-4 JAVELIN Joy, Hillcrest (1 A) 201-6 Rohr, Hanover (1 A) 191-8 Klndler, White Rock (1A) 190-7 Garman, Jewell (1A) 187-3 Rice, Sacred Heart (2A) 185-8 File, Beloit (4A) 181-9 Stewart, Smith Center (3A) 181-6 Allen, Salina South (5A) 181-1 Maupin, Natoma (1A) 178-0 Corture, Belleville (3A) 176-3 LONG JUMP Spies, Trego (3A) 23-5 Brown, St. John's-Beloit (1A) 23-4 V, Newman, Salina Central (5A) 21-8 V? Moore, Hays (5A) 21-8!1 Green, Salina Central (5A) 21-5 Williams, Norton (3A) 21-3% Ziegler, Trego (3A) 21-3 Kemper, Logan (1A) 20-11 '/z Wilson, Oakley (3A) 20-11V? Voss, Hill City (2A) 20-10% POLE VAULT Burgess, Concordia (4A) 13-2 Klima, Belleville (3A) 13-1 Je.Hett, Marion (3A) 13-0 Moss, Horn (3A) 13-0 Young, St. Francis (2A) 13-0 Werth, Quinter (2A) 13-0 J.KIndel, Concordia (4A) 12-8 Q.Kindel, Concordia (4A) 12-8 Knox, Clifton-Clyde (2A) 12-8 Baker, Washington (2A) 12-7 Vi SHOT PUT Seytert, Beloit (4A) 61-0 V, Thompson, Beloit (4A) 60-4% Hake, St. John's-Beloit (1 A) 53-4% Slavik, Kensington (1A) 52-1 Boyle, Norton (3A) 51-8 Bums, Clay Center (4A) 50-6% Wann, Russell (4A) 49-6% French, Trego (3A) 49-1 Shaver, Hays (5A) 48-7 Vt Joy, Hillcrest (1A) 48-3 TRIPLE JUMP Brown, St. John's-Beloit (1A) 45-10 Burgess, Concordia (4A) 43-8 '/> Huntslnger, Mankato (2A) 43-7 V: Riley, Hill City (2A) 42-11 Wurtz, Clifton-Clyde (2A) 42-7 Ziegler, Trego (3A) 42-5% Cullen, Sharon Springs (1A) 42-5'/z Honas, Ellis (2A) 42-4 "k Getting, Tescott (1 A) 42-3 Kemper, Logan (1A) 42-1 Girls 100-METER DASH Chartier, McPherson (5A) 12.61 Williams, Salina Central (5A) 12.65 Kuhn, Smith Center (3A) 12.68 BRIEFLY Wichita to play host to men's tennis regional :, WICHITA — The NCAA Region 5 Men's Tennis Championship will • be played at the Sheldon Coleman Tennis Complex May 9-11. . - Auburn (14-9) is the No. 1 seed. Kansas (18-7) is seeded second, followed by Colorado (19-9), Tulsa (17-8), Oklahoma State (17-6) and Oklahoma (16-8). The championship is scheduled for 1 p.m., May 11. Big 12 softball tourney starts today OKLAHOMA CITY— Third- seeded Kansas (34-19) plays sixth- seeded Texas A&M (35-26) at 2 p.m., today in the first round of the Big 12 Conference softball tournament. The Jayhawks are ranked 25th in the country. Top-seeded Missouri (43-11) and second-seeded Oklahoma (51-15) have first-round byes. The Soon- ers are ranked seventh and the Tigers ninth nationally. In other first-round games to• day, No. 4-seeded Nebraska (23-19) plays No. 5 Oklahoma State (34-18) at noon, No. 7 Texas (29-22) plays No. 10 Iowa State (15-23) at 10 a.m., and No. 8 Baylor (37-20) plays No. 9 Texas Tech (34-28) at 10 a.m. The championship game is slated for 2 p.m., Sunday. KW top seed in KCAC softball tournament HILLSBORO — Regular-season champion Kansas Wesleyan (27-10) plays the winner of the Friends (12 T 22) and Ottawa (11-17) game at 4 p.m., today in the first round of the Kansas Conference softball tournament. Friends and Ottawa play at 2 p.m. Sterling (11-23) plays Tabor (421) in the first other 2 p.m., first round game with the winner facing second-seeded Bethany (16-16) at 4 p.m. The four losers play at 6 tonight in the double-elimination format. 'The championship game is scheduled for 2 p.m., Saturday. The tournament winner advances the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Great Plains Regional Tournament May 8-9 at Lindsborg. KW duo earn weekly KCAC softball honors LINDSBORG — Kansas Wesleyan's Linda Belcher and Kary Taylor have been named the Kansas Conference's players of the week. Taylor, a junior, was the pitcher ,of the week. She was 3-1, giving up . 15 hits and three runs in 24 in, nings. She struck out 23 and walked four. Belcher, a senior shortstop, had eight hits in 24 at-bats in eight games. She scored seven runs and drove in 10. Four Ball Match Play begins today at Elks The second annual Saline Coun- .ty Four Ball Match Play Tourna- ^meht opens today with a qualifying round at Elks Country Club. There were 16 teams entered in the event as of late Thursday afternoon. After today's stroke-play qualifying round, organizers plan to divide the field into two flights for weekend play. The first round of match play will begin at 8 a.m. Saturday, with semifinals scheduled for approximately 1 p.m. that day. The championship match will be held Sun- day morning. Justin Mitchell and Sean Robertson, winners of the inaugural County Four Ball Match Play event last August, will team up in an attempt to repeat as champions. Between them, Robertson and Mitchell won three of four county tournaments in 1996. The field also includes last year's semifinal teams of North McArthur-Marty Simpson and Pat Newell-Mark Riddle. Dick Jensen, who teamed with his son David to finish second last season, will have Jerry Ryan as his partner this weekend. Salina Central softball twinbill postponed The scheduled high school softball doubleheader between Salina Central and Manhattan at Bill Burke Park was postponed Thursday because of the threat of rain. Central athletic director Sam Siegrist said he would talk to Manhattan officials today about possibly rescheduling the games. With afternoon rain and the threat of more to come, the game was called off before Manhattan left for Salina, Siegrist said. Beloit Relays to feature 28 teams today BELOIT — Twenty-eight teams will compete today in the Beloit Relays track meet. Sacred Heart and Ell-Saline are among the 19 teams in the Class 1-2A field while Southeast of Saline will compete in the nine- team Class 3-4A portion of the meet, which starts at 10 a.m. with field events. Track preliminaries get under way at 11 a.m. with finals starting at 12:10 p.m. KSU golf coach resigns, eyeing pro career MANHATTAN — Mark Elliott, head golf coach at Kansas State, announced his resignation Thursday to pursue a career in professional golf. Elliott coached the Wildcats to a seventh-place finish in the Big 12 Championships earlier this week after being picked last in a poll of conference coaches. Elliott, a Silver Lake native, led the Wildcats to their first appearance in the NCAA Central Regional Tournament. He also coached Valerie Hahn to the NCAA Tournament as the first member of the women's team to make an appearance in the NCAA championships. BMC, Butler County split in softball EL DORADO — Shelby Alton's two-run double in the fifth inning and Brandi Bohm's two-run double in the sixth propelled Brown Mackie to a 6-2 victory over Butler County Thursday in the sec- HEART OF AMERICA SPORTS CAMPS KANSAS PREMIER CAMPS BOYS & GIRLS AGES (9-17) SIGN UP TODAY! 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Concordia (4A) Vanek, TMP-Marian (4A) Balluch, Beloit (4A) Brockman, Clay Center (4A) Kuhn, Smith Center (3A) 400-METER DASH Terry, McPherson (5A) Huncovsky, Oakley (3A) Grace, Beloit (4A) Roe, Ellsworth (4A) Teeter, Grinnell (1A) Vanek, TMP-Marian (4A) Scoville, Salina South (5A) Frost, Salina Central (5A) Sanson, Logan (1A) Holzwarth, St. Francis (2A) 800-METER RUN Kahrs, Clay Center (4A) Williams, Salina Central (5A),.. Barnes, Smith Center (3A) Slrecker, Hays (5A) Huncovsky, Oakley (3A) Shields, Goodland (4A) Rome, TMP-Marian (4A) Fiene, Smith Center (3A) Cole, Washington (2A) Shearer, Natoma (1A) ...12.82 ...12,83 ...12.84 ...12.85 ...12.87 ...12.90 ...12.92 ...26.49 ...26.60 ...26.65 ...26.67 ...26.91 ...26.93 ...26.94 ...26.97 ...26.97 ...27.15 ...58.98 ,1:00.33 .1:00.37 ,1:00.39 .1:00.58 .1:01.09 .1:02.10 .1:02.25 .1:02.40 .1:02.50 .2:21.27 .2:25.80 .2:29.31 .2:30.50 .2:31.12 .2:31.31 .2:31.74 .2:32.59 .2:33.34 .2:33.47 1,600-METER RUN Williams, Salina Central (5A)... Barnes, Smith Center (3A) Smith, McPherson (5A) Christians, Beloil (4A) Ferguson, Clay Center (4A) Fiene, Smith Center (3A) Nelson, Solomon (1A) Shearei, Natoma (1A) Colt, Clay Center (4A) Cole, Washington (2A) .5:26.60 .5:30.70 .5:34.56 .5:38.47 .5:38.50 .5:40.87 .5:41.00 .5:42.31 .5:42.76 .5:44.47 3,200-METER RUN Con, Clay Center (4A) 11:49.70 Barnes, Smith Center (3A) 12:18.88 Smith, McPherson (5A) 12:19.30 Ferrell, McPherson (5A) 12:22 60 Taylor, Marion (3A) 12:31.48 Brady, SE-Saline (3A) 12:35.30 Fiene, Smith Center (3A) 12:37.37 Rush, Smith Center (3A) 12:39.96 Hanson, Marion (3A) 12:40.34 Mehl, Beloit (4A) 12:50.00 100-METER HURDLES Eck, St. John's-Beloit (1A) 14.93 Machova, Hillsboro (3A) 15.57 Baldwin, McPherson (5A) 15.80 Davis, SE-Saline (3A) 16.10 Johnson, Abilene (4A) 16.10 Lewallen, Atwood (2A) 16.12 Ruggiero, Smoky Valley (4A) 16.20 Chronlster, Salina South (5A) 16.40 Jensen, Hays (5A) 16.49 Robinson, Hays (5A) 16.50 300-METER HURDLES Eck, St. John's-Beloit (1 A) 46.27 Wiley, TMP-Marian (4A) 47.96 Knox, Clifton-Clyde (2A) 48.10 Llndsten, St. Francis (2A) 48.25 Davis, SE-Saline (3A) 48.34 Machova, Hillsboro (3A) 48.45 Ruggiero, Smoky Valley (4A) 48.48 Sowers, SI. Francis (2A) 48.83 James, McPherson (5A) 49.00 Schrum, Norton (3A) 49.19 400-METER RELAY McPherson (5A) 50.90 Thomas More Prep-Marian (4A) ...51.48 Concordia (4A) 51.92 Clifton-Clyde (2A) 51.99 Beloit (4A) 52.06 Clay Center (4A) 52.14 Marion (3A) 52.16 Abilene (4A) 52.20 Salina Central (5A) 52.30 Salina South (5A) 52.40 800-METER RELAY SI. Francis (2A) 1:49.95 Thomas More Prep-Marian (4A) 1:52.13 Marion (3A) 1:52.20 Clifton-Clyde (2A) 1:53.00 Plalnville (2A) 1:53.49 Hillsboro (3A) 1:53.57 Hanover (1A) 1:53.65 Concordia (4A) 1:53,81 Norton (3A) 1:54,03 Colby (4A) 1:5439 1,600-METER RELAY St. Francis (2A) 4:13.14 McPherson (5A) 4:13.64 Hillsboro (3A) 4:14.27 Beloit (4A) 4:15.44 Hays(5A) 4:15.88 Clay Center (4A) 4:15.90 Thomas More Prep-Marian (4A)4:15.96 Salina Central (5A) 4:17.67 Salina South (5A) 4:19.20 Hanover (1A) 4:19.79 3,200-METER RELAY Clay Center (4A) 10:29.00 Beloil (4A) 10:29.22 McPherson (5A) 10:34.52 Salina Central (5A) 10:40.60 Marion (3A) 10:48.96 Salina South (5A) 10:49.64 SE-Saline (3A) 11:04.00 Thomas More Prep-Marian (4A) 11:09.03 Smoky Valley (4A) 11:10.17 Ellsworth (4A) 11:20.78 DISCUS Broslus, Concordia (4A) 134-4 Powell, Salina Central (5A) 130-1 Holloway, Russell (4A) 128-1 Rifiel, SE-Saline (3A) 126-4 Reed, Concordia (4A) 123-10 Reusink, Norton (3A) 116-8 Wedel, McPherson (5A) 115-11 Wagner, Beloll (4A) 111-7 Hagedorn, Hanover (1A) 111-5 Patterson, Smoky Valley (4A) 111-1 HIGH JUMP Robinson, Hays (5A) 5-6 Abrams, Tescott (1 A) 5-6 TroUt; Minneapolis (3A) 5-5 Maggard, Marion (3A) 5-4 Schmidt, Beloit (4A) 5-4 Manning, White Rock (1A) 5-4 Barren, Jewell (1A) 5-4 Higley, Atwood (2A) 5-2 Kolman, Hillcrest (1 A) 5-2 Ohlde, Clay Center (4A) 5-2 Robinson, Weskan (1A) 5-2 Zachgo, Tipton (1A) 5-2 JAVELIN Griffin, Ell-Saline (2A) 135-1 Hunter, Eastern Heights (1A) 132-1 James, McPherson (5A) 123-P Hagedorn, Hanover (!A) 1C2-0 Huncovsky, Belleville (3A) 121-5 St.Clair. Ellsworth (4A) 118-7 Chemey, Hillcrest (1AJ 118-4 Barnes, Washington (2A) 116-11 Johnson, Solomon (1A) 115-9 Heibert, Smoky Valley (4A) 115-7 LONG JUMP Eck, St. John's-Beloit (1 A) 18-2Vi Baker, Washington (2A) 17-10 3 /« Chartier, McPherson (5A) 17-7 Teeter, Grinnell (1A) 17-2 3 /< Roe. Ellsworth (4A) 17-2'/. Hein, Hillsboro (3A) 17-0 Biesel, Marion (3A) 16-8 '/> Frost, Salina Central (5A) 16-7'A Bowman, Clifton-Clyde (2A) 16-6 Okeson, Weskan (1 A) 16-5 3 /. SHOT PUT Holloway. Russell (4A) 44-8% Triplet!. Logan (1A) 43-3% Huncovsky, Belleville (3A) 39-6'A Stadel, Salina South (5A) 39-1 Aggson, Concordia (4A) 38-3 % Riffel, Abilene (4A) 36-11 Bergstrom, Clifton-Clyde (2A) 36-9 Barrow, McPherson (5A) 36-7% Comeau, Plainville (2A) 36-1 McCarren, Clifton-Clyde (2A) 36-1 TRIPLE JUMP Baker, Washington (2A) 37-0 "A Jones, Salina Central (5A) 36-3 V? Teeter, Grinnell (1A) 35-8 V; Hatman, Hays (5A) 35-4% Bennett, Marion (3A) 35-0 Welsh, Sharon Springs (1A) 34-11 Herrman, Salina Central (5A) 34-7 Thlele, Norton (3A) 34-3 'A VanScoyoc, Clay Center (4A) 34-3 Bowman, Clifton-Clyde (2A) 34-2 • Honor roll marks can be called In from 4-9 p.m. to The Journal office (1800-827-6363). Area track meeti with six or more teams will be published. Either mall (333 S. 4th, Salina, Kan. 67401) or fax (913-827-6363) the results to The Journal. ond game of a Jayhawk Conference doubleheader. Butler County won the first game 6-2. Butler County led 2-0 in the second game, but Brown Mackie rallied for four runs after two were out. Bohm and Dyan Settles had run-scoring singles in advance of Alton's double. Ashley Knitter picked up the victory. Bohm, Knitter and Alton had two hits each. Butler County strung together three consecutive triples during a five-run fifth inning in the first game. Knitter was the losing pitcher. Alton was 3 for 6 in the two games, all three hits being doubles. Brown Mackie, 18-24 overall and 11-18 in the Jayhawk, entertains Dodge City at 1 p.m., Sunday at Bill Burke Park and plays a doubleheader Monday at Bethany, starting at 5 p.m., in its final four regular season games. Errors, walks doom BMC baseball team Pratt took advantage of 10 walks and five Brown Mackie errors in the second game of a doubleheader to post a 10-3 victory Thursday. Pratt also won the first game 83. Pratt combined three hits, three walks and three Brown Mackie errors to score seven runs in the top of the second inning of the second game and take a 7-0 lead. Brown Mackie trailed 4-3 after four innings in the first game, but Pratt rallied for one in the fifth and three in the sixth to pull away. The two losses drop Brown Mackie to 5-35 on the season. The Lions play a Region 6 playoff game Monday against an as yet undetermined opponent. Chiefs sign seventh- round pick Parks KANSAS CITY, Mo. —The Kansas City Chiefs signed offensive tackle Nathan Parks to a three-year contract Thursday. Parks, the Chiefs' seventh- round draft choice, played both left and right tackle at Stanford. The 6-foot-5, 305-pound Parks played right tackle his junior year and left tackle his senior year after backing up both positions as a sophomore. A native of Durham, Calif., Parks transferred to Stanford after a year at Butte Junior College in Oroville, Calif. From Staff Reports A GREAT BONUS OFFER FOR HIGH SCHOOL GRAM! For those who qualify, the Army is offering great incentives but only for a limited time. If you want the pride that comes from being a member of a special team, the Army offers you many choices like infantry, armor and artillery. These are some of the Army's combat arms. Soldiers who qualify to become a member of these teams are among the Army's best. 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